Every great civilization has an origin story. For modern Portland, it is an exodus from Moses.
Robert Moses, the master builder of New York City’s grid of expressways
and bridges who
The Saturday, Sept. 4, 1982, edition of the Oregon Journal, Portland’s second daily newspaper, left no doubt it would be the last.
“FINAL EDITION,” the headline blared. The spin from the Journ
The political activists who tried and failed this spring to wrest control of Portland utilities from City Hall are reviving their call for a criminal investigation into the construction of an expensive Bureau of Environmental Services office building.
Hales responds to damning city audit of sewer building.
Responding to a damning city audit of a sewer office building that tripled in cost, Portland Mayor Charlie Hales is proposing a public report to track cost increases on any contract or construction project that goes before City Counc...
Nearly three months after Portland City Halllegalized short-term rentals like Airbnb, a coalition of neighborhood associations is complaining that the newly-legit room renters are ignoring the requirement that they obtain city permits.
The Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries has received four more civil-rights complaints from workers at Daimler Trucks North America, bringing the total allegations of racial harassment at the Portland manufacturer to nine.
The new complaints, released today by state workplace regulators, add to More